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Francophone de France (classe moyenne urbaine entre l'Île-de-France et la Normandie).

Modérateur♦ pro tempore sur French Language, Computer Science et Software Recommendations. Je suis amateur d'unix. Après avoir pratiqué la science informatique, je suis maintenant programmeur (sur des sytèmes embarqués) avec un fort intérêt pour la sécurité.

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Oct
9
reviewed Looks OK How can I say “How can I be of any help?”
Oct
9
answered Différence entre « en haut / en bas » et « au-dessus / au-dessous »
Oct
8
revised “Temps plein” vs. “Temps complet”
même le code du travail utilise les deux
Oct
8
revised “Temps plein” vs. “Temps complet”
edited tags
Oct
8
revised Différence entre « en haut / en bas » et « au-dessus / au-dessous »
added 83 characters in body; edited tags; edited title
Oct
8
comment How can I say “How can I be of any help?”
This is very wordy. It's not wrong, but it's not really idiomatic unless there's some prior conversation.
Oct
8
revised How can I say “How can I be of any help?”
orthographe
Oct
6
comment Why is “dont la plupart est…” wrong?
@user3476093 Non, justement : « sont délicieux » ou « est délicieuse ». Aucune autre combinaison n'est possible.
Oct
6
comment Why is “dont la plupart est…” wrong?
@user3476093 Dans cette phrase, le pluriel est mieux.
Oct
6
revised Why is “dont la plupart est…” wrong?
edited tags
Oct
6
answered Why is “dont la plupart est…” wrong?
Oct
1
comment Why use là instead of ici?
@Unfrancophone Yes, but noting that ici bas is only about this metaphorical sense (ici bas = Earth where man lives as opposed to heaven/gods/afterlife/…), not in the literal sense of something in a low location.
Sep
30
answered Why use là instead of ici?
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
27
comment Word or phrase expressing that it's ok to deal with personal things at work
I have no idea what this could be. Do you remember if it's supposed to be a formal or informal term? A legal term? Specifically about being ok to use work time for personal things, or work resources as well? Specifically about being ok to use work time for personal things, or about time leaking in both directions?
Sep
27
revised Word or phrase expressing that it's ok to deal with personal things at work
deleted 118 characters in body; edited tags; edited title
Sep
27
comment Why are there “doudous” under the sea? — Pourquoi y a-t-il des doudous sous l'ocean ?
@Laure I disagree: this is a question about the French language! The word doudou doesn't mean a stuffed animal here.
Sep
27
answered Why are there “doudous” under the sea? — Pourquoi y a-t-il des doudous sous l'ocean ?
Sep
25
comment “Quelle école”: is there two vowels in a row and how to pronounce them?
There is no vowel at the end of quelle: quelle école alternates vowel and consonant sounds. But pronouncing two vowels in a row isn't difficult: vowels are ”stable“ (I don't know what the linguistics term is), you can keep pronouncing them for any amount of time. Consecutive vowels do occur in French. Could you clarify what your difficulty is? What is your native language?
Sep
24
reviewed Reject suggested edit on How to avoid confusion in comparative sentences